UFC 148 Live Stream: How to Watch Most Anticipated Fights Online
Anderson Silva is one of the greatest UFC fighters of all time, but he will have to prove it once again in the Octagon against Chael Sonnen.
Sonnen performed as well against Silva as anyone in the past few years, but eventually fell by submission. It will be exciting to see if the Oregon native can do it again.
The rematch for the middleweight championship will be the highlight of the night, but the card at UFC 148 should be thrilling from beginning to end.
Fortunately, there are a number of ways to watch the pay-per-view event.
Where: MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas
When: Saturday, July 7 at 10:00 p.m. ET
TV: Preliminary Card on FX starts at 8:00 p.m. ET
Live Stream: Complete list of online streaming is available here.
Opening Fight: The first fight of the night will be shown exclusively on Facebook at 7:25 p.m. ET. All you need to do is like the UFC page.
Top Fights to Watch
Cung Le vs. Patrick Cote, Middleweight
The kickboxer/actor/UFC fighter Cung Le is looking to hold onto a career at the age of 40. He was supposed to face Rich Franklin, but Patrick Cote has replaced him and will provide enough of a battle.
Cote has won his last four bouts, the last two did not go past the first round.
These two fighters like to go for the knockout, so do not be surprised if this one does not go the distance.
Forrest Griffin vs. Tito Ortiz, Light Heavyweight
This battle of former light heavyweight champions should provide a lesson of technical skill. Each of the two veterans knows what it takes to win and will put it all on the line to win.
Ortiz is certainly on the decline, winning only one of his last eight matches, but the 37-year-old fighter refuses to quit.
Griffin and Ortiz have faced each other twice, each winning once in a split decision.
Who Will Win?
Anderson Silva vs. Chael Sonnen, Middleweight
According to the challenger Sonnen (via USA Today), the main event for UFC 148 is the "biggest fight of all time."
He has proved he is worthy of this match, and during their last fight Sonnen showed that he has the ability to defeat Silva. Going into the final round, he led on all of the judges' scorecards. If the fight went to a decision, he would have left with the title.
Unfortunately for Sonnen, Silva was able to get a triangle armbar and get a submission.
Fans will hope that this rematch will approach the thrills of the first battle in UFC 117.
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